Artist's impression of the new-;look Culcheth Village Green play area, featuring children using a range of play equipment.

Children and families in Culcheth have plenty of exciting play days ahead, with a revitalised play area to look forward to. 

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Work will soon be under way on the refurbishment of Culcheth Village Green play area. It will transform the existing play area into an exciting space with a wide range of mixed-age play resources for children.

Brand new additions to the play area will include a zip line, multi-play units, and new seesaws and swing bays.  

The investment is in the region of £213,000, with £140,000 being provided by Culcheth and Glazebury Parish Council.

Warrington Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for leisure and community, Cllr Tony Higgins, said: “It’s great news that work is about to get under way on the refurbishment of Culcheth Village Green play area. This is a fantastic project which will be a real asset for the local community, providing the perfect environment for young people to get active and have fun.”

Chair of Culcheth and Glazebury Parish Council, Cllr Keith Bland, said: “We know how important high quality play facilities are in our communities, so we’re delighted to be investing in the Village Green play area, which is such a popular place for local families.

“This project will breathe new life into the site, providing a wonderful play space for children and families to enjoy for years to come.”

The project will be delivered by Wicksteeds Leisure, with work due to be completed in the summer.

7 March 2024